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Re: mp3 converter and website questions.

Subject: Re: mp3 converter and website questions.
From: Dave <>
Date: Thu, 5 Aug 2004 16:34:45 -0700
I use and like the LAME encoder, avalailable as Windows binaries 

This is a command-line only tool.  There's a nice GUI "wrapper"/frontend 
called RazorLame that makes using LAME easier on Windows:

I generally use the --r3mix custom preset, which gives extremely 
high-quality sound but only about a 4:1 compression ratio on average. 
(This preset is deprecated; examine the output from running 
"lame --alt-preset help".)

On Thu, Aug 05, 2004 at 11:11:09PM -0000, hartogj wrote:
> First- mp3s: I use Itunes to convert wav files to mp3 on my imac, 
> but I dont have anyway to do it on my pc. Anyone know of any decent 
> freeware out there for pc mp3 conversion?
> Second- website: My internet service offers a free 5Mb website. I 
> would like to use it to post samples of my recordings (mp3)rather 
> than hogging naturerecordists group's file space.  Any 
> recomendations for getting started on creating a very simple webpage?
> Thanks,
> JH
> "Microphones are not ears,
> Loudspeakers are not birds,
> A listening room is not nature."
> Klas Strandberg 
> Yahoo! Groups Links


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